Don't Miss Out: What To Know About Your QDRO

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Divorcing spouses are usually already prepared to divide the marital property and debts, but many couples fail to think past the usual homes, vehicles and family pets when it comes to assets. You may have a valuable piece of marital property hiding in your spouse’s retirement account, and you can access those funds without penalty if you do so during your divorce process. Read on for a better understand of how a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) works and how you can ensure that you get your part of this valuable marital asset.…

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Well Documented: Divorce Paperwork 101

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If you and your spouse are talking about calling it quits as a couple, you should know that divorce can be a stressful and complicated undertaking. When you consider that your act will legally separate two people who’s lives have been intertwined for some time, you can appreciate that there is more to it than just a few documents to sign. Because of the potential for complexity, a divorce attorney is critical.…

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Considering Filing A Pro Se Divorce? Here Are 3 Reasons You Might Want To Rethink That Plan

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Should you and your spouse try to do a do-it-yourself divorce? If you and your spouse are able to agree on everything and the divorce is amicable, you might be tempted to file the entire case pro se, which is the legal term for an action done without the assistance of an attorney. While the temptation to avoid involving attorneys may be strong, there are some compelling reasons that you should each hire an attorney to at least review the documents you’ve created before you sign them and ask a judge to finalize them.…

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